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This paper is the first of two following the history of thought on socialist alternatives to capitalism.

We develop a generic Kalecki-Robinson model of growth that illustrates the different channels through which the economy can adjust to a change in demand conditions in the long run.

This talk explores methodological alternatives to macroeconomic analysis based on price-taking Walrasian intertemporal general equilibrium models.

The macroeconomic performance of eleven euro zone area countries is evaluated over time and across countries.

A Dynamic Stochastic Disequilibrium (DSDE) model is proposed for business cycle analysis.

This brief note explores the possibility of working towards an enlarged self-definition of economics through economists’ study and appreciation of economic sociology.